Interactive installations, new media artworks, projects developed by
V2_, software, soundworks, videos and other artworks and products of
research related to V2_. Also included are works shown at exhibitions curated by V2_.
"Numer1cal Recipe Series [NRS]" (2009-) are generative data paintings by Frederik De Wilde (BE). [Works distributed by V2_Agency]
Audio-compilation from the 3Dimension Expo, released in 1985.
"Phonic Frequencies" (2002) by Tamás Szakál is an audiovisual data space with an interior that can be changed by means of telecommunication.
"Armed Response" is a video by NOX.
An artificial life-work by Nicolas Baginsky.
'Interventions: a Nigger in Cyberspace' is a video installation by Keith Piper. It was shown in the exhibition 'The Body in Ruin' (1993).
CNN Interactive just got more interactive (2001) is a work by Thomson & Craighead.
HAZE Express (1999) is an interactive installation by Christa Sommerer & Laurent Mignonneau.
Genesis (1999) is an installation by Eduardo Kac.
Grrls Meet in Different Ways Now was a networked performance lab of Michelle Teran.
Basin is a video work by Leslie Peters.
"Telephony" is an interactive audio installation by Thomson & Craighead.
"TV Poetry" (1993-1997) is a video installation by Gebhard Sengmüller.
Thaw (2000) is a work by Michelle Kasprzak.
"John Five" (1992) is a short film by James Herbert, starring Poppy Z. Brite.
"Automan" (1988/90) is a short film by James Herbert, later collected in the video compilation "Figures" (1990).
'Temporary Broadcasts' (2001) is the title of a video compilation by British musician Scanner.
Kurort was a research project by Angelika Oei and René Verouden.
Work, Rest and Play (1994) is an 'urban jungle road-movie' by Alan Robertson and Doug Aubrey.
"Pandaemonium" (1995) is a feature film by John Wyver on four artists working with man and machines, shown during Wiretap 3.07.